Can I reenroll to windows 11 after I unenroll back to windows 10?

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Hey, I used Revo Uninstaller to remove Edge nd some stuff but now some other stuff like the widget won't work without edge or webview2. So I was wondering maybe I can just unenroll back to win 10, and then download the win 11 back again and just basically reinstall win 11 since it has the edge and stuff built in within the update itself.

 

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@derad2000 

Hi there, you are welcome to the Microsoft Tech Community!

Yeah, for sure, no problem there. Only remember that if you are on the dev channel you would need to clean install Windows 10 so backup your files properly before starting the installation.